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  Increasing Penalties for Drunk Driving Repeat Offenders
Increasing Penalties for Drunk Driving Repeat Offenders. .... New Jersey is not one of the states that have focused enforcement on repeat offenders. ....
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The Cause, Prevention and Punishment of Juvenile Offenders
.... success. Discerning which youths will become repeat offenders and return to the life of crime and which will not is not possible. If ....
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Chelmical Castration
.... The justice system has been hard-pressed to determine effective responses to rape cases, especially in the cases of repeat offenders. ....
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"Three Strikes" Law at the Federal Level This paper
.... facts" which have surfaced in popular culture is the one which states that most violent crime is committed by a relatively small group of repeat offenders. ....
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Correctional Systems and Overcrowding
.... During the last decade, Congress has also supported the states' crackdown on crime by increasing punishments for repeat offenders (Robison, 2001, p. 2). In ....
(1274 5 )

Three Strikes Legislation in California"
.... "Three strikes" refers to changes in criminal sentencing laws that are designed to keep repeat offenders incarcerated for longer periods than has been the ....
(2998 12 )

Need for More Police on the Streets
.... efficiency of the criminal justice process, based on the scientific prediction of dangerousness and to protect citizens by imprisoning repeat offenders using a ....
(2354 9 )

Criminals and the recidvism rate
.... in prisons. In Wisconsin, as many as 33 percent of violent criminals are repeat offenders (Good News, 1999). The legislative committee ....
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Crowded Prisons and Privatization
.... makes the case that the use of determinate sentences and the so-called "three strikes" approach to life-long incarceration for repeat offenders has created a ....
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Involuntary Holding of Dangerous Offenders
.... Sexual predators are usually repeat offenders, whether or not they receive treatment, so people wonder why they are released after serving their sentences. ....
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Police Brutality as a Social & Legal Problem
.... the organization for personally assaulting citizens.18 According to Gest, the real problem is due to "the relatively small number of repeat offenders who are ....
(2268 9 )

TRENDS IN ADULT VIOLENT CRIME
.... quotes DiLulio to the effect that 82 percent of convicts in state prisons are there for having committed violent crimes, many of them repeat offenders (p. A 27 ....
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TRENDS IN ADULT VIOLENT CRIME
.... quotes DiLulio to the effect that 82 percent of convicts in state prisons are there for having committed violent crimes, many of them repeat offenders (p. A 27 ....
(2865 11 )

Sex Offenders
.... children adorn milk cartons, where more and more offenses against children are being reported in the media, and where the issue of repeat offenders has become ....
(1631 7 )

SEX OFFENDERS This research paper outlines and
.... Nevertheless, not all sex offenders, even if not treated, are repeat offenders. The vast majority of rapists are under the age of 30 when they commit rape. ....
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Treatment of Offenders
.... show that social programs and therapeutic assessments have not been very effective in reducing violent or severe crime, particularly with repeat offenders. ....
(2019 8 )

INTERMITTENT INCARCERATION This research paper
.... For many drug addicts, repeat offenders, sex offenders and more violent criminals, even some first time offenders, some form of detention or incarceration was ....
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CALIFORNIA POLITICAL SYSTEM This research paper
.... offenses against persons. These laws greatly increase the state's costs of incarcerating repeat offenders. Their effectiveness as ....
(2248 9 )

Application of Mental Models to Conflict
.... that it is just this kind of arrogance that will cause this new system to fail, and that just might end up placing a lot of violent repeat offenders on the ....
(1337 5 )

Sentencing Reform: Indeterminate Sentencing Analysis
.... late 1970s, state and federal governments embraced determinate sentencing as a reform designed to reduce recidivism, punish repeat offenders (especially ones ....
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TREATMENT OF MENTALLY ILL OFFENDERS
.... California and a number of other states have adopted three strikes and other mandatory sentencing laws for repeat offenders and those who commit particularly ....
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Effectiveness of Drug Courts
.... removes drug offenders from society for a period, but during that time, it does not û indeed cannot û work with them so they do not become repeat offenders. ....
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Drug Courts as an Effective Method of Punishment
.... removes drug offenders from society for a period, but during that time, it does not û indeed cannot û work with them so they do not become repeat offenders. ....
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Reduction of Inmate Privileges
.... especially the reduction of educational and counselling programs, may make more difficult the prevention and control of crimes committed by repeat offenders. ....
(2202 9 )

DUI
.... have seen, there is little way to use legislation to RID the roads of drunk drivers, especially since many of those arrested for DUI become repeat offenders. ....
(2741 11 )

The Death Penalty in a Civil Society
.... in the face of such high-profile cases of recidivism as the murders of Polly Klass and Megan Kanka by paroled (and remorseless) repeat offenders who were ....
(2549 10 )

Analysis of Indeterminate Sentencing
.... late 1970s, state and federal governments embraced determinate sentencing as a reform designed to reduce recidivism, punish repeat offenders (especially ones ....
(582 2 )

Youth gang problem in California
.... county with an approximate membership of 100,000 youths (Congressional Oversight Hearing 5). Gang members often are chronic repeat offenders because the same ....
(1716 7 )

History of Alcatraz Prison
.... These men were the worst offenders, not necessarily in terms of commission of heinous crimes, but in their reputations as repeat offenders who were considered ....
(2233 9 )

A NATIONAL OBSCENITY STANDARD Any discussion of a
.... more recent FCC rulings. In some cases, repeat offenders were given smaller fines than first-timers. In others, talk shows that ....
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